The American Public Media show, "Wits," asked its listeners to write their "poorest imitations of Neil Gaiman’s writing." And then they got Gaiman himself to read the best/worst submissions. You can watch the results above, and hear the complete radio show here.

To watch/listen to Gaiman reading stories that he actually wrote, see this collection where Neil reads eight works, including the entirety of The Graveyard Book.

via @Electric Literature

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